Call of Duty has had a lull in recent years, but in 2019 and 2020, Activision’s chief franchise made quite the return in both sales and reputation, making over $2 billion in the past 12 months. Being so immensely popular with so many people will naturally draw in tens of thousands of viewers in the realms of streaming, and with Warzone being a free-to-play mode it’s even more accessible than most games. If you’re looking to get ahead of everyone and be one of the best, consider looking into buying a COD:MW account where you can get a huge head start.
With so many people streaming and recording gameplay on different platforms, there are plenty of options for who to watch. This list is by no means exhaustive, but will highlight some of the best Call of Duty: Warzone content creators out there.
One of the most famous and well-known names in the streaming sphere, Dr Disrespect, isn’t necessarily the best Call of Duty Warzone player. But he is one of the most entertaining.
Taking the concept of streaming video games to a different level, finding his new home on YouTube after his still-mysterious ban from Twitch by the “Purple Snakes” as he calls them, the Doc’s show is just that. A show.
Dr Disrespect delivers a three-to-six-hour-long, ESPN-style broadcast full of amazing synthwave music, Thespian-level monologues, tours of the almost billion dollar “arena,” chat interactions, food discussions, and rage. Lots, and lots, of rage. The “two-time” is a passionate man, indeed.
Playing a variety of modes and never shying away from a challenge, Doc will happily run solos, go against the odds by himself in Duos, jump in with random players or often set challenges for the stream with his frequent partner, Zlaner.
For those that just want high production value edits of his best moments, feel free to check out his highlight channel, Champions Club. He’s also currently testing his skill in Escape From Tarkov.
It’s only natural to follow Dr Disrespect with Zlaner. Zlaner has developed a respectable following on YouTube as a content creator and more than likely come to most people’s attention through his affiliation with the two-time, back-to-back. Not merely riding the Doctor’s coattails, “Zee” is one of the most competent players you can watch.
While he can often be found picking off quad squads in Superstore with Dr Disrespect, Zlaner also runs with some of the games most elite players, in both pub games and high stakes tournaments. He also does loadout and weapon-specific videos recommending setups for certain guns, tutorials for how to get more kills, and optimal settings for specific types of players.
Making content every other day on YouTube and streaming basically every day on Twitch, HusKerrs is a prime Call of Duty Warzone follow.
Regularly breaking and re-breaking the world record for most kills in a game, HusKerrs’ movement and aim have his slain opponents regularly accusing him of using hacks. His aim in particular is on par with top esports talents, and he can beam other players from absurd distances.
Usually found dropping into Trio or Quad lobbies by himself and emerging victorious, he’s able to pick up wins no matter what weapon he’s using, HusKerrs is about all-out aggression and regularly drops 30, 40, or even 50 kills a game.
One of the best controller players around, FaZe Clan’s NickMercs is a powerhouse Warzone player who provides high kill, high action games.
NickMercs, like many elite players, has an incredibly gung-ho playstyle, often hunting down unsuspecting players and single-handedly wiping out four-man squads without breaking a sweat. His aim is immaculate and his attitude towards the game is exactly what it should be. He’s competitive, but doesn’t take himself too seriously.
Mr Mercs often parties up with randoms, usually carrying them to wins, or sometimes if he’s feeling extra cruel, he’ll play games with streamers like TimtheTatman to make the lobbies he’s been put in miserable for everyone else.
Nick built his sturdy reputation on the most popular battle royale title, Fortnite, and it’s worth checking out his highlight reels in that game, too.
Included together because they almost always stream as a unit, these British lads are a fearsome squad, with Stodeh and Tactical in particular being deadly marksmen that can pull off the most ridiculous of headshots.
Stodeh consistently goes live at least once per day. While Westie doesn’t technically stream, he’s involved in practically every broadcast done by the others, and uploads exclusively Warzone-based content to his YouTube Channel. The videos are generally his experience with various loadout classes, with the odd bit of variety content thrown in every now and then.
While TheTacticalBrit does have a Twitch channel, his work now is primarily done on YouTube where he’s gradually building his following, currently at just over 31,000 subs. JackFrags is the least-seen of the boys, as he mixes up his offerings more with videos from other FPS games like Destiny 2, Battlefield V, and more recently Cold War.
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Other great players like BennyCentral and Tomographic also make an appearance to fill in the absence if one of the team is missing to make a full Quad God Squad.